Passover

Passover Lemon Pavlova

April 22, 2011
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As promised I will explain the meringue with lemon curd desserts.  I love Ashuplados as posted by my dear friend Marcia on her blog Bendichos Manos or the Blessed Hands.  It is a blog about Rhodosli traditions

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Passover Wrap Up 2011

April 20, 2011
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Our house was filled with conversation, laughter, the Ah ha of revelation when someone tastes something sublime, or grasps some pearl of new knowledge.  We gathered in the family, kid’s friends, our friends to conduct a very traditional Seder. For weeks ahead I write lists, shop and shop and shop yet again. 

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Blood Orange Sorbet

April 17, 2011
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In our family we traditionally have a palate cleanser in between the soup, fish, and main course or dinner of the Passover Seder meal.  Since treating myself to an electric ice cream freezer a couple of years ago,

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Agristada

April 16, 2011
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While we are on the subject of Huevo Limon for Passover, Nona also made a Huevo Limon soup called Agristada.  I was asking my sister Carole about it and she said it is her favorite comfort food to this day. The creamy looking lemon soup reveals little parsley and ground beef meat balls floating just […]

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Pescado con Huevo Limon

April 15, 2011
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Growing up in Seattle made me aware that Pacific Northwest fresh Halibut comes into season and is available at the Pikes Place Market just in time for Passover. My Nona and mom always made a light lemony, creamy looking Egg Lemon Sauce for Passover fish.

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